Police investigating intrusion into army defence building
Ambala, Mar 31 (UNI) No breakthrough has been made in the incident of attempted intrusion into an office at the Army Sub Area Headquarters in Ambala Cantonment a few days back, the army today said.
In this incident, windowpanes and some equipment was damaged but there was no loss of any documents or files, a army release here today stated.
The release stated that spot investigation was ordered and a dog squad was pressed into service to help investigate the matter. It further said that the QMG branch of the sub area dealt with defence land matters of the cantonments among other logistic matters and not with any classified operational matters.
Being a static organization designed to deal with civil matters, the sub area is frequented by a number of military as well as civil members residing in the cantonment.
However, the sub area commander Brig Bakshi said that the police was informed as per procedure and they were investigating into the matter. The police registered case under sections 427 and 452 IPC for damaging government property and tampering with documents.
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